Guilty of No Wrongdoing Robbie L. Rogers

ISBN: 9781618629111

Published: August 21st 2012

Paperback

299 pages


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Guilty of No Wrongdoing  by  Robbie L. Rogers

Guilty of No Wrongdoing by Robbie L. Rogers
August 21st 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 299 pages | ISBN: 9781618629111 | 8.68 Mb

Big Brother is only waiting for the chance to pounce, he thought. We are on the verge of tremendous social changes.... Sort of funny though- if we could turn back the hands of time, we would all be so busy trying to undo all of our mistakes we wouldMoreBig Brother is only waiting for the chance to pounce, he thought. We are on the verge of tremendous social changes.... Sort of funny though- if we could turn back the hands of time, we would all be so busy trying to undo all of our mistakes we would not even notice the environment or anything like that.

I guess its best we stay like we are now, trying to keep our mistakes from causing us to cash in on the wrong prizes. Sometimes I worry about my sanity. Every lunatic believes he is the only one sane man in the world. Lew Harris is one man standing alone in a backdrop of corruption, hi-tech secrecy, and intrigue. Compelled by truth, determination, and courage out of ignorance, Lew relentlessly attempts to free himself from the past and pay back an unruly society, unwittingly fighting against the subversive agenda of a massive maze of power politics and an ambitious TRIAD defense-industry empire.

Lew and Sarah Converse are drawn deeper into a dangerous world of intrigue and deception. They unknowingly have information that could be disastrous to the powerfully evil forces in this country. The TRIAD will stop at nothing to protect its worldwide interests as it relentlessly pursues the two who are pulled into a loving relationship while running for protection.

When the TRIAD starts identifying its enemies, no life is safe. Lew will face tough decisions as he confronts whats right and whats easy and as he realizes just how many citizens are willing to sacrifice honor for personal gain. In the end, who will still be pleading Guilty of No Wrongdoing?



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